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The Workplace Therapist Show

Curing Dysfunction from the Cubicle to the Corner Office. Got a bad boss? Struggling with what’s next in your career? Work/life balance out of whack? Making your job and your life better is what “The Workplace Therapist Show” is all about. I promise to bring you some of the best ideas, experts and life hacks. And most importantly, I promise not to hold back. There will be no sugar-coating or avoiding the tough conversations. My commitment to you is to always be real, honest and a little bit irreverent.
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Now displaying: August, 2020
Aug 31, 2020

Today’s podcast is one I recorded with Jeff Myers, Senior Pastor of Roswell Presbyterian Church the week before the pandemic struck. Though the world has changed, the tenets of great leadership have not. Jeff and I discuss how great leaders relate to their audience, train up their people, and provide a non-anxious presence. It’s a great conversation; I hope you’ll listen in!

Aug 24, 2020

Are you the “know it all” or the “learn it all”? Your answer reveals a Fixed or Growth Mindset approach to the world. Today I’m talking to Beth Egan about why it matters and the 4 Behaviors that propel us into the Growth Mindset.

Aug 17, 2020

Continuing our mission to help you improve your conversations and relationships at work is this week’s guest, Hermence Matsotsa. We discuss cross-cultural communication and the details we might be missing when we interact with others of different cultures. Fascinating!

Aug 10, 2020

What would it look like if instead of our performance we sought to measure our effectiveness by our state of inner peace? Is that even possible? Amy Balog thinks so. She teaches it every day. Listen in on how it can be done.

Aug 3, 2020

What do you do when you discover that others consider your leadership style aggressive (or passive aggressive)? Hopefully, you decide to make some changes! Today’s guest Krister Ungerbock, author and communication expert, can help. Listen in!

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